2 The Daily Tar Heel Thursday, November 10, 1977
I hi Undergraduate Political Science Association will meet
at 2 p m. in the thud-llonr lounge ol Hamilton Hall lo report on
plans tor upcoming events.
I In- Gay Rap Group will meel at S p.m. in Raleigh, hirdclails.
call sI'v-KM.l or KJ2-I5X2.
Iveryone is invited to a star gate at Kinley (loll Course
sponsored by the Outing Club. Meet at 111:45 p.m. at the Carolina
Union desk tor rides and a hriel talk.
I he Human Sexuality Information and Counseling Service
will meet at 7 p.m. in Classroom 2 ol the law school. A movie will
follow. All counselors must attend.
Seniors or gradual atudent seeking employment outside
the leaching prolession arc mv ited lo an orientation meeting with
Career Planning and Placement at III p.m. in the I-rank Porter
Oraham Lounge ol the Carolina Union.
Will you he looking lor a job.' I earn how lo do it effectively so
that you do not waste lime and cause unnecessary Irustiaiion.
Career Planning and Placement is offering a Iree workshop on
the iob-secking process at J: JO p.m. in ItHC Hants Hall.
Growing In Grace, sponsored hy the Campus Crusade lor
Christ, will meel Irom 7 li9 p.m. inthelourth-llooi lacullv lounge
ol Dey Hall. Everyone is welcome.
1 he Hunger Action Commute will meel at 7 p.m. in the
Building lo discuss the Past for a World Marvel set for Nov. 17.
Interested persons are welcome.
The Association ol International Students and the
International Student Center will hold a codec hour Irom J lo 5
p m al the center, located in the basement ot Bvnum Hall.
Carolina Population Center bag luncheon will he Irom
noon in I2:S0 p.m. I ridav al 4115 I nivcisilv Squ.ire. I asl lowei
Ronald Kindluss. assistant prolessor ol sociology. s ill sneak on ihc
socioeconomic aspects ol the liming ol Icrliluy mu' 1 nilcdsjatcs.
John S. Briggs. A l .K I-. Harwell and Oak Ridge National
I ahoratnry. will speak on ihc Theory ot Continuum Emission
During Ion-atom Collisions at II a m. hridav in 25x Phillips
I hringhaus Colleehousc presents an evtnlng ol music with
Blaln Smith and Mlk Key irom III p.m. till midnight I ridav.
Admission is Iree BYOorvvine
Prolessor Use Oraham. University ol I undon. will speak on
Decnl Into Matter: Klelst's Aesthetic Credo and Poetic
Practices Hp.ni. trnluiin lite l-rtwk Porter liruhtiin .outwent
the Curolitia I ninit.
I he Carolina Dancera present a concert ol new works hy (INC
lacullv and sludents al K p.m. I ridav and Saturday in the (i real
Hall. Admission is $2. I he programs also feaiiftes dancing and
choreography hy guesi artists Itnm the community and Ihc N.C,
School of the Arls.
J. V. football gam againsi l-ork Union Military Academy will
he al I: JO p m. t-riduv at Kenan Stadium. Admission is Iree.
Maurice V. Wilkes front Ihe University ot Cambridge Computet
I ahoratory will discuss the future ol computer systems at l:.W
p.m. Hridav in 215 Phillips Hall.
ITEM OF INTEREST
All men interested in the gradual chapter ol the Omega Psi
Phi fraternity who have bachelor degrees are inv ited to attend a
formal smoker at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Village (ircen Clubhouse.
Guests are requested to wear a coal and lie.
Compiled by Jodi Bishop
Public service announcements must he turned in to trie box outside the DTH offices in the
Union by 100 p m il they are to run the next day Each item will run at least twice
The UNC Juggler Association u. ill meet al 4 p m utiik
Berryhill Hall. Beginner are welcome.
The UNC Audio Club, EAR, will meet at p m at Hdgu
Heroes. Bring ideas.
The Carolina Indian Clrclt will meet at d p m in ihe Collet
House of the Wesley Foundation lor a poi-luck supper. All
memhers are urged to attend
Kenan Professor of philosophy E Mavnard Adams vvilUpcak at
the Dialectic and Philanthropic Socltlaa mertingai p gi in MO
New West. All are welcome.
Tht Alchemlal, UNC interdisciplinary science maga inc. will
meet at 8 p.m. in the South Gallery Meeting Room of the Carolina
Union. If you're interested in submitting an article, please come
The deadline has been extended to late Nosemher
The Medical Technology Club will meet at 7 p m. in ::i
Greenlaw to discuss inters lews and plans tor a Chrislmas party.
The Thim are here and are on sale lor SI
Professor Fred C. Anson ot the Culilorma InMiiuic ol
I echnology will divcuss "I lectron I ransler to or Irom Molecules
Containing Multiple Redox Centers" at 2 p m. in M)K Venahk' Hall
An orientation. indoctrination meeting lor prospective mcnibcis
ol the Graduate Honor Court Pool will he held at t HI p.m. mill
Steele Building. Anv gruduatc students mtciested in scfung on the
court are invited to attend II unable to attend, call 9.s.t-5n75 and
leave your name and phone number.
I he first meeting of the UNC Procrastlnalors Club has been
postponed until further not ice. at which lime tuture postponements
will be debated.
Paul Gerni, pocket billiards exhibitionist, will give free
demonstrations ol his skill at noon and 2 p.m. in the Caiolina
Union billiards room.
In the lev Interests ol the Children: a him uhoitl h'hittn
Mothen ami Child Custody will be shown by the UNC Women In
Lawal 7;10 in Classroom 2 ol (he UNC l aw School Building. I he
film's producers will he presenl to answer questions and discuss ihc
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NOV. 16 MEMORIAL HALL 7:30 P.M.
ADVANCE TICKETS $3.00 UNION DESK
TICKETS WILL BE $3.50 AFTER NOV. 10
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121 E. Franklin St.
text to the Vanity Theatre
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New Shipment Cotton
Checks and Plaids
New Shipment Shetland
163 E. Franklin St. Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-6:30 Phone
Downtown Chapel Hill Sun 1-4 968-4408
Also 516 S. Tryon St.,vCharlotte
Legal Clinic of Winston,
Coleman, and Bernholz
Offering legal services at reasonable prices
at convenient times. ' v ' V,'
Some ot the services available are: v 1
$90 plus court costs
$35 plus court costs
$15 for 30 minutes
For an appointment call 929 0394. Legal clinic
located in NCNB Plaza above Blimpie's.
FOUND: Set of keys along the road at the side of
Phillips Hall. Key ring with leather band. See DTH
office to claim.
FOUND: 4 keys on leather charm with MAN on
leather. Found on mailbox outside Chase
Cafeteria 1:00, 118. Keys are at Union Desk.
FOUND: Pair of glasses across from Carolina
INN in gutter after game Saturday. Call 933-2610
after 9:00 p.m. or before 9:00 a.m. '
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FRESH SEAFOOD shrimp, scallops,
oysters, fish, clams, frozen lobster tails -Open
Friday 9 a.m. - until, Saturday
morning 'til noon. Behind Quick Food
Mart corner of Church & Rosemary Sts.
Ask about discounts on large food orders.
GRANVILLE EAST contract for spring semester
for sale. Great suite. Contact Laura Miller at 933
1805. ROOM CONTRACT FOR SPRING SEMESTER
for sale in James. Need to sell as soon as possible.
Call Kim (933-4826).
FOR SALE: Two Granville East contracts 3rd
floor. Perfect for two females wanting to rqom
together on campus. Available for Spring. Call
PRIVATE ROOM CONTRACT for sale - spring
semester - Spencer Dorm. Must sell immediately!
Call Brenda 933-5843.
HARVEST SALE THIS SATURDAY, 12
Nov. Carrboro Christian Academy, 1110
West Main Street, '2 mile west of the
Town Hall in Carrboro. Baked goods,
homemade desserts, Christmas items,
canned goods, plants, home items and
CONDOM SAMPLERS: Learn the difference
between condoms with one of our famous sample
packs. Preshaped, textured, colored, lubricated
skins, stubs. Designed to increase sexual
satisfaction. Adam & Eve, Franklin & Columbia
(over the Zoom). 929-2147.
ACTIVISTS: Only energetic, articulate
individuals with committment to social arid
economic justice need apply. Position
involves canvassing, petitioning, fund
raising for statewide grassroots
organization. Call 1-682-6076.
GET SOME FUN BETWEEN YOUR LEGS
atfrom TUMBLEWEED CYCLERY in sunny
downtown Carrboro. 152 East Main Street. Now
under newold management.
HAPPY 22ND BIRTHDAY, Big Red!! You make
me believe that RAtrulySP. Best wishes from little
TO THE PERSON who turned my keys into the
DTH - Thank you very much.
I NEED AT LEAST TWO TICKETS to the
Carolina Duke football game. Name your
price. 929-3189. Ask for David.
1965 PLYMOUTH FURY III. Good condition and
gas mileage, almost new brake system, just tuned
up. Call 929-3896 after 5:30. $300.
TYPING THESES: PAPERS, RESUMES,
applications reasonable rates. Executive
Secretarial Services, 100 Eastowne Drive,
(Across from Blue CrossBlue Shield) 929-0286:
ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS: Looking for
a part-time pb with good income, flexible
hours, and real experience with a career
opportunity in the business world? Call,Jim
Morgan, Northwestern Mutual Life, 94241.
AFFECTIONATE AND RESPONSIBLE
BABYSITTER needed for year old son of faculty
members. Second semester. Monday,
Wednesday, Friday mornings 8:30 a.m. - 12:30
p.m. $1.50 an hour. 967-7504
PART-TIME OFFICE WORKER, 10 hours per
week. Flexible hours you choose. Excellent
experience for Accounting or Business Majors.
Some typing experience helpful. For information
call Kent Lester - Photo Specialties 967-9576.
SANTA AND SANTA HELPERS needed to work
in South Square Mall in Durham evenings and
days -call 493-2451.
13 STUDENTS experienced construction ,
carpentry aluminum siding to remodel shed
weekends near campus. $3.00 hr. 929 6044.
THE BACCHAE is now hiring a disc jockey
immediately will tram. Apply in person at the
Lost and Found
FOUND: A CALCULATOR in the vicinity ol the'
Health Science L ibrary. To identify, please call 3-6.W.
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